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You Are The One by M-Is-For-Murder You Are The One by M-Is-For-Murder
I decided to make this in honor of Spirit Week. I very rarely get to use this pairing and they're so complimentary of colors - both purple and blue.

I really love this angle and this pairing, yet I hardly ever use it for some reason. I decided to spiff it up some in Photoshop, adding background tinting, borders and text. Now I love it even more than before.

The fact that we even need to make this day more aware to people is depressing. These sort of events shouldn't be happening to begin with. Love is eternal, without boundaries - always has been, always will be. Humans need to stop fencing people in with their selfish beliefs. Not everyone can fit into a box and be expected to contently live their lives that way.

I definitely support free love and believe everyone is entitled to it. I hope that if there are people out there (of any race, age, gender, etc.) that feel isolated, that they can find someone to turn to. No one deserves to be alone, abandoned or sheltered.
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Airoshi Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
yea, yesterday was the day people wore purple to school, and i was sad when i found out i had no purple anything! D: i was like "Wtf!" lol.
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M-Is-For-Murder Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2010
Yeah, I found out about it past midnight around here. I'm hoping to still toss out something in commemoration of the event, since a few communities are still accepting submissions.
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Shippudenpro28 Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2010  Hobbyist Artist
I did the same thing with one of my Shippuden Sasuke pics, since I had nothing new as well. I was going to wear my Ciel wig with purple nail polish but the wig just got completed yesterday. But I might do it anyway even though it will be late. Nice picture though, love the editing.
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M-Is-For-Murder Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2010
Thank you very much.

I'm slowly going through my folders and seeing if there is anything I can do to help support such an important cause. It really is a tragedy.

I :iconxxkiehxx: was here, so we could contribute something nice for this event, but we don't live together. I talked to my girlfriend though and she said she'd be more than happy to throw together a shoot tomorrow after classes are over. We still haven't picked a cosplay pairing yet.

Thank you for responding to this in general. I honestly didn't think anyone would care.
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Shippudenpro28 Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2010  Hobbyist Artist
I know what it's like to be bullied, I was bullied all through elementary school up to high school. I was bullied because I was skinny, I had acne & and cause I always was a loner, never had many friends. I was even threatened my first day of high school, when no one knew me, so of course I really do care about these kids being bullied. Look at Phoebe Prince, she lived in South Hadley, MA. I live in Mass, so that city isn't far from me. What they did to here was un-called for. Let's help prevent anymore bullying. Go Spirit Day!!!!
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M-Is-For-Murder Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2010
I'm sorry something like that has happened to you. It really is a shame. I also have my own stories and experiences where I can relate. So unfortunately, you're not alone and I think there is an even larger population of the world who have it worse than we do.

I was a very short, very skinny, bright haired and hyper child myself. I loved climbing trees, exploring, having dreams and wanting to make friends. In third grade, I moved to California and was "the new kid." No one liked me for being different, but that didn't stop them from copying my notes and cheating off me during tests. They excluded me from group events. I always gave away my lunch willingly, because I wanted to make people happy and I didn't care if I starved myself if it would make them smile and just acknowledge me.

In middle school, I was bullied for trying to fit in. I tried to change myself, my external appearance and even my personality - all in vain, mind you. They still treated me like shit, still used me, still emotionally abused me. One girl even tried to fight me and I refused to, so she slapped me across the face. I refused to hurt her - not because she was a woman and I'm sexist, thinking she was weak. I took the blunt force of her hatred, her ignorance, her fear of me being different from her because I am a strong person and chivalrous towards women. She'll never know that and I doubt she'd care. I got suspended for violence, even if I didn't really do anything.

In high school, I almost developed split personality disorder because again, I tried to fit in and I still wanted to be myself. In the end, to save myself from going crazy, I just adopted a public mask and let the people I cared about see the real me. Even then, the ones I deemed worthy of being my friends still ended up backstabbing me over petty shit like money, mutual interest in another person, etc.

I really hate humanity and cruel they can be towards people. It really all stems down to fear and not being able to see themselves in another person. It's a tragedy that will never change, as long as we exist.

I'm glad there are a few people who are intelligent, brave and forgiving enough to make a difference. I'm grateful for such people being born, to help counter that hatred, even if the percentage is small. Everyone needs to feel they are important and believe life is worth living.

I was in a lot of dark places in my life. I responded badly towards the abuse and it changed me into a really terrible, hate filled person. It was years of experience and repetitiveness neglect and abuse that drove me over the edge. But I came back. I didn't let them win. I fought and changed and became something else and here I am today.

I'm grateful for those experiences, for making me understand the world around me, for making me aware and for putting things into perspective. We all choices and second changes. We might not see them at first, but they're there. I did what I needed to move on, spread my wings and become someone I could be proud of. Someone that can look at themselves in the mirror and not feel anything that I used to.

I think I remember that story printed in the paper. It's been a long time though, so if you'd like to refresh my memory, I'd be more than willing to listen.

I'm in total agreement with you. Let's continue to spread our message to the world. They're blind, dumb and deaf, but we'll keep trying, one step at a time.
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Shippudenpro28 Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2010  Hobbyist Artist
Phoebe Prince just moved from Ireland. She was a normal girl, new to America. When she got to South Hadley High School is when the bullying started. I won't say what they said but it was cruel. It all started cause she liked this guy who was a senior. She was bullied in school & online. All nine of the kids who bullied her into suicide cannot go back to school and were taken to court for what they did. And now they are using Phoebe's past of her being a bully when she lived in Ireland against her. She knew that being a bully is wrong but that gave them no right to bully her just because she liked someone. If I knew her as a friend I would have helped her so she wouldn't have committed suicide at all.
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M-Is-For-Murder Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2010
Apparently I had never heard that story before. That is really depressing. I hope those people will remember her and their horrible deeds every day.

Let's definitely not let that happen to anyone else.
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Shippudenpro28 Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2010  Hobbyist Artist
It is depressing. I hope they get what they deserve. Oh, I added you to my msn messenger so we can chat. You are nice and I would like to be friends with you. I'm online right now. Couldn't stay asleep, upset tummy. My msn is Sasukesenpai2881@live.com
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M-Is-For-Murder Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2010
Thank you for the e-mail address. I'll make sure to add you back.

Sorry about not responding back to your message sooner. I got really busy responding back to a very important message I got.
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